DEVASTATING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Osimhen has just officially rejected Chelsea offer as he doesn’t see the club going far and also ready to compete in the Champions League. Chelsea has turned their attention to another of Napoli want away striker after the public rejection.

According to reports in Italy, Chelsea is "ready to do crazy things" in order to sign Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, a star player for Napoli, next summer.


The biggest clubs in Europe are seriously considering signing the Georgian international after his incredible Serie A debut season.

The 22-year-old helped Napoli win the Italian top division for the first time since 1990 by scoring 12 goals and dishing out 13 assists during the league.

Chelsea is currently one of many elite teams pursuing the talented winger; Real Madrid and Manchester City are rumoured to be interested as well.

When the summer transfer window of the following year opens, Chelsea is reportedly leading the charge to sign Kvaratskhelia, and the Blues are “ready to do crazy things” to get him.

According to the report, Napoli will require a payment of €100 million before considering a sale. Given that Kvaratskhelia’s current contract at Diego Armando Stadium expires in 2027, the Italian powerhouses are well-positioned to negotiate to keep one of the valuable assets.

Moreover, Chelsea wants Osimhen

Chelsea is interested in signing more Napoli players than just Kvaratskhelia. In their quest to finally acquire a potent forward, the west London team is also vying to sign Victor Osimhen.

Armando Broja has not received a steady run of starts at Stamford Bridge, primarily because of injuries, while Nicolas Jackson has had a mixed start to life at the club.

According to The Telegraph, Osimhen is the Blues’ top priority for the upcoming transfer window, and it is anticipated that the Nigerian international would “be open to a move to Stamford Bridge.”

With just 18 months left on his Napoli contract, the 24-year-old’s departure is becoming more likely as the Serie A team looks to turn a profit after paying €75 million to sign him from Lille in 2020.


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